PiCube Raspberry Pi LED CUBE 4 x 4 x 4 (video)

SB Components located in London has unveiled a new Raspberry Pi LED cube aptly named the PiCube which can be fitted to and controlled by Raspberry Pi 3,2, Zero and A+ depending on your requirements. PiCube is a 4x4x4 LED Cube for the Raspberry Pi and has been designed to be used by beginners all […] ( …) (C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without... Read more

Raspberry Pi Magazine Issue 62 Now Available With LEGO Projects And More

The official Raspberry Pi magazine has once again launched a new issue in the form of number 62 which this month features projects combining LEGO the awesome Pi mini PC. Inside MagPi issue number 62 you will find tutorials from Dexter Industries, such as a Rubik’s cube-solving robot and a special automaton that balances on […] ( …) (C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without... Read more

Pitmaster BBQ dashboard monitors your meat and veggies

Barbecue is all about temperature, about making sure that whatever is on the grill reaches the right temperature. At least, that is the part that makes sure you don’t poison people, because your food should get hot enough to kill any bacteria. [Chris Aquino] decided to take this a step further than simply sticking a thermometer into a hunk of meat by creating Pitmaster. This combination of hardware and software... Read more

IoT adoption is rising in the enterprise

Businesses are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) faster than ever before, with 2017 marking a landmark year in terms of adoption. That’s according to the fifth annual Vodafone IoT Barometer Report, which reveals a huge uptake in terms of IoT projects being undertaken across the world. The report shows that 2017 has seen a doubling of IoT projects compared to the last year, with the percentage of companies with more than 50,000 active... Read more

Samsung selects Ubuntu 16.04 as primary Linux distro for some ARTIK IoT modules

Next month, Ubuntu 17.10 will be released. Even after that release, version 16.04 will remain the most recent LTS version. If you aren’t familiar, LTS stands for “Long Term Support,” which quite literally means it is supported by Canonical for a longer period of time. For instance, Ubuntu 16.04 will be supported until 2021, while the newer 17.04 is only supported until 2018. Today, Canonical announces that Samsung has selected version... Read more

Germany is the biggest source of botnets in Europe

Just a year after the Mirai malware infected connected devices to create the first IoT botnet, new research from Norton shows that global botnets have continued to grow and spread as a result of unaware users inadvertently infecting others. According to Norton, the top three countries responsible for hosting the highest number of bots in Europe are Germany at just over eight percent, Italy at 10 percent and Russia at almost 14... Read more

Arduino-compatible ATtinys with more pins

Having had such quick success making a microcontroller project using an 8pin ATtiny85 and programming it with Arduino, I though I would try a more elaborate project, one that has been on the back burner for several years now. The whole thing worked because of all the generous people who have written Arduino code, and … This story continues at Arduino-compatible ATtinys with more pins Or just coverage at Electronics... Read more

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Now Primary Linux OS of Samsung ARTIK 5 and 7 Smart IoT Modules

Canonical recently partnered with Samsung to bring its Ubuntu Linux operating system to the Samsung ARTIK 5 and 7 family of smart IoT (Internet of Things) modules used in a wide-range of appliances. Samsung decided to enable the long-term supported Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) operating system as primary GNU/Linux distribution for its Samsung ARTIK platform instead of the existing OS, which wasn’t mentioned in the press announcement. Choosing Ubuntu as... Read more